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first_img…prime suspect in illegal aircraft, airstrip probeThe businessman from Tabatinga, Lethem, Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) who is the prime suspect in the discovery of an illegal aircraft and airstrip at Lethem in August this year, was nabbed by Police after he allegedly fled the jurisdiction.According to the Guyana Police Force, the businessman is currently in the custody of a team of detectives led by a senior officer who travelled to Lethem three days ago. Police said the suspect will be brought to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) headquarters in Georgetown for further questioning.The businessman was previously detained by Police and questioned in connection with the discovery of the illegal aircraft and airstrip, but was later released on bail, after which he is believed to have fled the jurisdiction and went into hiding.It was previously reported that the businessman was released on $100,000 bail after being detained for 72 hours as the Police failed to garner sufficient evidence against him.He was however ordered to report to the Lethem Police Station weekly but after two of his employees – Nathan Hamilton, 21, of Lot 107 Beverley Hills Drive, Lethem; and Wazim King, 37, also of Lethem were brought before the court and charged for the incident, he failed to make his weekly reports and attempts made by the Police to contact him proved futile.The airstrip along with a chainsaw and a few fuel drums were discovered five kilometers West of Santa Fe, near Lethem by ranks. Additionally, 12 abandoned camps, an axe and a quarter drum of aviation fuel were also found.While conducting a surveillance exercise, ranks of the Guyana Defence Force were able to intercept a Beechcraft twin-engine plane which landed on the airstrip.The airstrip is believed to be used for illegal activities. (Kizzy Coleman)last_img read more